BULAWAYO Christian League outfit Spirit Filled Ministries’ unbeaten streak came to a halt when they were baptised by Rising Stars in a top of the table clash last week.
The defeat came just a few weeks before the 2018 mid-season break.
Spirit Filled Ministries gaffer Farai Munago was unperturbed with the loss.
“Although we succumbed to our first defeat last weekend we are still five points ahead of second-placed Flying Stars in the log. I am totally confident that this is our year,” said Munago.
Taking a cue from the Premier Soccer League Munago said he would be beefing up his squad during the mid-season break.
“I will be beefing up my strike force during the mid-season break because one of our key strikers was injured at the beginning of the season while the other one, Japheth Ndebele is usually committed with school rugby since he coaches Milton High school,” said Munago.
In other matches, Flying Stars beat Brethren in Christ Church (BICC) while Victory Fellowship beat Saints 2-1.
ZCC prevailed over Assemblies of God 3-2 in a five-goal thriller while Word of Life baptised Eagle Life.
Mpopoma Nazarene drew with St Patrick’s.
Last week results
Victory Fellowship 2 -1 Saints, ZCC 3- 2 Assemblies of God, Rising Stars 1 VS 0 SFIM, Word of Life 1- 0 Eagle Life ,BICC 0-1 Flying Stars, Mpopoma Nazarene vs St Patricks .
Next Week Fixtures
SFIM VS ZCC (Milton High School) ,Mpopoma Nazarene vs Flying Stars (Insukamini Primary),GCC vs ST Patricks (Insukamini Primary),Eagle Life vs BICC Evelyn Grounds),Victory Fellowship vs Rising Stars( Eveleyn Grounds) Assembles vs HOPG (TBA)